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Msg  9666 of 9682  at  9/7/2022 6:43:14 PM  by

stocksurfer


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Re: For what it's worth

Companies and regulators try to prevent insider trading to ensure the integrity of the markets and maintain reputations. However, not all insider trading is illegal. A company's directors, employees, and management can purchase or sell the company's stock with special knowledge as long as they disclose those transactions to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC); those trades are then disclosed to the public.1

Insider trading is considered illegal when a company's employees or representatives give out material nonpublic information to their friends, family, or fund managers. Another way that insider trading can occur is if non-company employeessuch as those from government regulators or accounting firms, law firms, or brokeragesgain material nonpublic information from their clients and use that information for their personal gain.


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